Dr. Stahl delivers keynote at Western Michigan University Medical Humanities conference

Devan Stahl photoThe Eighth Annual Western Michigan University Medical Humanities Conference was held September 13-14 in Kalamazoo, MI. Center Assistant Professor Dr. Devan Stahl and her sister Darian Goldin Stahl (dariangoldinstahl.com) delivered the keynote lecture on September 14, “Visualizing Chronic Illness in Medicine and the Arts.”

Based on their recently published book, Imaging and Imagining Illness, the presenters discussed the history of anatomical illustrations, the use of contemporary medical imaging technologies in the doctor-patient relationship, and how medical images affect persons living with chronic illness.

To hear more about this work from Darian and Dr. Stahl, listen to their episode of No Easy Answers in Bioethics, the Center’s podcast series: ‘Imaging and Imagining Illness’: Devan and Darian Stahl – Episode 7.

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